Getting Started

Who uses Mukurtu? May 06, 2016 01:32PM PDT

Mukurtu was established to provide indigenous groups with a simple-to-use, powerful, content management system...

What does Mukurtu mean? May 06, 2016 01:33PM PDT

The word “mukurtu” in Warumungu means “dilly bag.” Dilly bags hold sacred items and are accessible by acting r...

What is Mukurtu? May 06, 2016 01:33PM PDT

Mukurtu is a free and open source community archive platform designed with the unique needs of indigenous comm...

What is a Community? Sep 02, 2016 07:39PM PDT

Communities are one of the three core elements of every Mukurtu site. The other two core elements are Cultural...

What is a Cultural Protocol? Sep 02, 2016 07:45PM PDT

Cultural Protocols are one of the three core elements of every Mukurtu site and provide users with appropriate...

Related Items, and Using Them to Enrich Your Content Sep 02, 2016 07:53PM PDT

Mukurtu CMS allows contributors to identify related digital heritage items, making it easy to navigate between...

What is a Category? Sep 02, 2016 07:47PM PDT

Categories are one of the three core elements of every Mukurtu site, and help users search and browse for cont...

How do User Roles and Permissions Work? Sep 02, 2016 07:49PM PDT

Mukurtu CMS includes a wide range of user rules so that each user can take appropriate actions, dependent on t...

Using Categories and Keywords Sep 02, 2016 07:56PM PDT

Functionally, categories and keywords work the same way: they both relate and connect digital heritage items t...

What are Traditional Knowledge (TK) Labels? Sep 02, 2016 09:38PM PDT

From Local Contexts: “The Traditional Knowledge (TK) Labels are a tool for Native, First Nations, Aboriginal ...